Terraced Regency house, built circa 1820, with fabulous views

Terraced Regency house, built circa 1820, with fabulous views


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 8
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home was built in 1820's, in Regency times, it has a Victorian bay windows and looks small from the outside but is a tardis inside. Its best feature is the fabulous view of Falmouth harbour, with the open sea beyond guarded by St Mawes Castle to the East and Pendennis Castle to the West. There are three main bedrooms with a fourth (piano room) if required, all bedrooms are large, two with views, one at the back and very quiet. All beds very comfortable, you will get a good night's sleep, apart from the seagulls ... which are noisy but a necessary part of life in a Cornish port! It is 40 minutes to fabulous surfing beaches and a 15 minute walk to a variety of south coast beaches, all with cafes serving fantastic food and coffee. You will love it!


More about us

  1. We are an almost retired couple with grandchildren

  2. Rob works as a self employed architect, Maddy in research at the hospital in Truro

  3. We love children, life by the sea, and travel

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Olivers Eatery, Amanzi
Cool bars
Gylly Cafe, The Cove, Pandora Inn
Cozy cafés
The Tree House
Retail therapy
Shops galore in Falmouth Town!
Bit of culture
Falmouth Art Gallery, The Old Polytechnic
Walks in the park
Kimberley Park
Spot of exercise
Walk around Trefusis Point to Mylor Harbour
Day tripping
St Ives, Porthcurno (Minack Theatre),

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